EGI-InSPIRE:Tools, services and resources for users
There are three types of email lists in EGI:
1. Google lists: end with "@egi.eu" and are managed by Rob van der Meer and Steven Newhouse
2. Mailman email lists: end with "@mailman.egi.eu": https://mailman.egi.eu/mailman/listinfo Managed by work package leaders, deputies, task leaders, etc.
3. Request Tracker list: end with "@rt.egi.eu": https://rt.egi.eu
EGI User Support related email lists:
1. email@example.com members: UCST (Steve Brewer, Gergely Sipos, Karolis Eigelis, Nuno Ferreira, Richard McLennan) Anybody can post to the list (also non-members!) Used as a main contact for EGI User and Community Support and for internal coordination within the EGI.eu User Community Support Team.
2. firstname.lastname@example.org members: UCST + several other people Only members can post to the list (non-members will wait for approval of they posted message) Do not use it for communication! This list is not used at the moment, please use email@example.com instead
3. firstname.lastname@example.org Only a few people can post to this list. Everybody who works in the EGI-InSPIRE project is subscribed.
4. email@example.com Only a few people (the dissemination team) can post to this list. This is the broadest list that exists for the EGI community. It is used to inform the community about events, results that are to everybody's interest.
5. firstname.lastname@example.org leaders and subtask leaders in InSPIRE NA3 Only members can post to the list members: UCST + Steve + providers of TNA3.4 tools and managers of those NGIs
6. email@example.com Only members can post to the list members: Poeple being involved in InSPIRE NA3 (based on PPT data)
7. firstname.lastname@example.org Only members can post to the list Used by the User Services Advisory Group (USAG). See https://wiki.egi.eu/wiki/USAG and MS305 for details on USAG
8. email@example.com Only members can post to the list Used by the recently established Training Working Group. See https://wiki.egi.eu/wiki/Training_Working_Group for details
The Requirements Tracker list:
1. firstname.lastname@example.org All EGI SSO users can post to that list to create the tickets in the http://rt.egi.eu system for Requirements queue. Used by NA3 and many others.
Visit this link to check the list of subscribed persons on each of the email lists and to access the list archives and subscription pages: https://www.egi.eu/sso/user
Tools, services, resources that are developed within EGI-InSPIRE
Other: VO & Operations Portal
[Regional Operations Portals]
External tools and resources
- Trainer registration and profile update form: http://www.iceage-eu.org/learnerRegistry/browseEGEETrainers.cfm
- List of accredited trainers: on an Excel sheet at EGI.eu
- List of Certification Authorities recognised by EGI: http://www.igtf.net/
- List of Virtual Organisations of EGI: http://cic.gridops.org/
- GILDA training Virtual Organisation: https://gilda.ct.infn.it/
- Hands-on exercises for the GILDA training VO: https://grid.ct.infn.it/twiki/bin/view/GILDA/WebHome
- MTA SZTAKI Application Porting Support Team: http://www.lpds.sztaki.hu/gasuc
- Application description form (helps interviewers of new communities): http://www.lpds.sztaki.hu/gasuc/?m=4
- Global Grid User Support: http://www.ggus.org/
- Training event registration page: http://indico.cern.ch/categoryDisplay.py?categId=192
- Trainer registration page: http://www.iceage-eu.org/learnerRegistry/newEGEETrainer.cfm?auth=024B0750
- Booking the GILDA training Virtual Organisation for a training event: https://gilda.ct.infn.it/request_tutorial/index.php
- Database of training materials - Digital library: http://library.nesc.ed.ac.uk:8080/egee
Documents on User support
- Strategy for a transition of the user support activity from EGEE to EGI - Strategy note (Only covers GGUS!): https://edms.cern.ch/document/1006814
Tutorials, use cases, etc
Different approaches to access input files in a job: "Sandbox" method, "Parachute" method, "Shared Area": http://www.eu-egee.org/fileadmin/documents/UseCases/SWInstallation.html